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E3 2015

The invaders

Heartland Healing

Fear is Not an Option

Heartland Healing

Don’t Be a Toaster: Redux

Doctor Mysterian

Thinner

8 Days-DO NOT USE

The Green Fairy Returns featuring the Hot Tail Honeys

Dec. 6
The Green Fairy Returns featuring the Hot Tail Honeys
House of Loom, 1012 S. 10th St., $5, 21+, 8 p.m.
houseofloom.com, facebook.com/hottailhoneys

One of House of Loom’s most wildly abandoned and transformative theme nights is back. HOL’s Brent Crampton describes it this way: “The Green Fairy transports you into a roaring speakeasy that all the gangs of yester-decade now haunt. Where live jazz melds...

MoJo RIP

Every week I picked up The Reader, I always looked forward to reading MoJoPo’s horoscopes, no matter how bizarre or off-kilter they were. He had way of making me laugh with his wordy and often rhyming predictions of the future.
There is so much more to MoJo than horoscopes. Born Michael Joseph Pryor, the Omaha native attended Creighton Prep and played football for the Nebraska Cornhuskers in, what he referred to...

Sports

Assumptions

Bo Pelini behaved as if he had coached his last game at Nebraska, based on his sideline and post-game decorum, or lack thereof. That was the assumption.

The evidence was far from subtle. But it was an assumption, keep that in mind.

First, the basis for such an assumption.

Pelini was brusque with ABC sideline reporter Quint Kessenich, who asked about the interceptions thrown by Ron Kellogg III on the Huskers’...

Humor

I Teabagged Dan Rather!

Paul Mecurio’s last name should be Lothario. He isn’t too proud for anyone’s bed and he has no qualms with sleeping his way to the top.


Whether it’s spooning with producer extraordinaire Tom Fontana and gazing longing at the tattoo he got during the intro of his classic HBO drama Oz or serving as a sexual conduit to host of The Daily Show Jon Stewart, the places and people in which Mecurio has dipped his...

The Greatest Mystic You’ve Never Heard Of

The Bible is generally considered the most powerful piece of writing of the contemporary era. In 1455, when Johann Gutenberg sought to print something with his newly invented printing press, he decided on the Bible as that first experiment in mass media. Why not start with what most of the Western world believed to be the word of God?

Lost in translation

The Bible, Old Testament and New, covers history from...

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